This is the last one, folks. The last podcast for 2013. And what a year it has been. Frankly, I’m glad to see it end, and am looking forward to the empty promise of a new year. Who knows? Maybe 2014 will be the year Gunshy blows up like a rear-ended Pinto.
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Today’s podcast is slightly different. I didn’t drink that much. Plus, there’s no roundup of the news. Why? Because our interview with Eyal Levi — critically acclaimed guitarist, composer, producer and engineer at the famous Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida — was so good, we wanted to run most of it.
Audiohammer in 2014 will be handling the new albums from Cannibal Corpse and Job For a Cowboy.
Eyal is a right good dude. He’ll be part of an upcoming creativeLIVE “Advanced Drum Production” course set for January 16 through January 18 with Sean Reinert of Death.
The online class is free to watch live, with Levi demonstrating the real-world production techniques he uses every day at Audiohammer.
Find out more about the course here.
Levi, who comes from a musical family and was playing violin and piano by the age of three, is perhaps best known to metal fans for his work with Dååth, and during the interview, we discussed what happened to the band — who haven’t released new music since 2010 — and the possibility of a new EP in 2014.
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